WRC 23 is ‘Ready to Launch’, Dataminer Claims

Every-increasing accurate dataminer @billbil_kun has taken to Twitter to claim that Codemaster’s WRC 23 title is “ready to launch”.

Accompanying his claims, billbil_kun has posted the icons of 26 achievements that are expected to come to the game.

In September 2022, Insider Gaming exclusively reported that WRC 23 would let you build your own rally car. Back then, footage provided to Insider Gaming under the condition of anonymity and at the request the footage didn’t go public showed the game in a very early state.

16 individual car classes were present, including the likes of the WRC and WRC2 to the F2 Kitcar and H1 FWD. The apparent fast turnaround in development is due to WRC 23 being built on the foundations of a canceled DiRT title. Sources told Insider Gaming in September 2022 that the adaption of turning DiRT into WRC was a means to save time and money.

As first reported by GI.biz, a new license between EA and WRC was signed in 2020 and will span from 2023 to 2027. The deal includes the rights for the studio to publish new titles, in addition to running its esports events.

When the game will release is unknown, but billbil-kun is known for obtaining data from the backend of systems and websites, so a reveal should be expected soon.

It’s expected that WRC 23 will launch on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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